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    Default Whirlpool side by side leaking water from water and icemaker dispenser cabinet....D door flap leaks

    Model Number: GS6NBEXRS02
    Brand: Whirlpool
    Age: 6-10 years

    Hi everybody...My English is not so good...let’s start...Like 3 month ago I change the ice maker motor for a new one due to stop working... I order it and change it by myself with videos I got from the web, Now, My Whirlpool model GS6NBEXRS02 in the bottom of the area where is the ice and water dispenser it has start leaking water...looks to me leaks comes from the door of the ice dispenser door flap...and leaks and drops should go into the back panel and get out under plastics of same cabinet of the area where we put glasses to get ice or water..actually I pull it out for couple minutes to see it and observe it. I am not sure if it happen due to overload the Freezer few days ago and ice is not too cold but all in is in perfect conditions...also something else, While I was trying to see any issue, I try to open the dispenser door flap and also brake the plastic that hold the Ice Chute door that holds the motor that opens the door part # 2305204.

    I know I will have to order the plastic part..but the issue of leaks was since before I make that mistake...if I open trying to see into the exit of ice tunnel, there is a little like water drops coming down...maybe from condensation? due to the door is not complete close? What else should I order to make sure make corrections complete...
    I will appreciate your prompt reply Jp

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    You will need this kit below. It will fix both problems.

    Here's the kit you can order(comes with instructions):
    Whirlpool 8201756 Broken Tab Ice Door Kit - AppliancePartsPros.com


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    Sorry for my delay responding....I got parts as mentioned ,but parts do not fit in place...looks to me are not for my model.
    I ll attach some photos to share you how looks, and please tell me if I am wrong or is right that I should return and get another part number...I ll appreciate your prompt reply

    Jp

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    Ok, I wish I could of seen those photos first.

    You are correct, that kit I posted above is not the problem.

    You will need the plastic support arm and ice door. If you're in Panama how are you ordering parts here in the USA? Our part suppliers don't ship internationally, except to Canada.

    Whirlpool 2305204 Support - AppliancePartsPros.com


    Whirlpool 2305258 Door-Chute - AppliancePartsPros.com


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